On their debut imaginary album, The Harvey Girls weave sweetly delicate melodies into hauntingly evocative soundscapes, creating a seamless fusion of pop and sonic experimentation that is both as lovely and foreboding -- in a word, sublime -- as the sight of a watery, lemon-tea sun being swallowed by an ominous black thundercloud.
Or, as a friend of mine and instant admirer of theirs put it: "Sounds like they probably shouldn't need anyone's help finding a real label. How did you get mixed up with them?"
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June 15, 2005
Very nice- quirky in some spots, sublime in others. Melissas vocal work on some of the tracks are very good. I wish there was more of her on the album.
The music reminds me of the things I listened to when I was younger which brings back good memories and makes my feet want to move.
Definately worth a listen...